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Money Management Tips to Help You Realize Your Life's Ambitions.

We all have dreams, both big and small. But it takes a plan of action to make them come to life. Here's to those who are ready to take charge of tomorrow.

Long Live Your Money - Personal Finance and Money Management Tips

Staying up-to-date on financial planning and saving isn't your everyday job—it's ours. That's why we collect news, personal finance tips, and money saving ideas from the web—to help keep you informed and ready to take charge of your tomorrow.

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7 Frugal Ways to Protect Your Home for the Holidays

Headed out of town for the holidays? Don't get McCallistered!

6 Things You Need to Know About Paying With Cash

Currency still has its place, despite the pervasive use of plastic.

4 Deadlines to Keep in Mind to Give Your 2017 a Financial Boost

4 Deadlines to Keep in Mind to Give Your 2017 a Financial Boost

Damian Davila for LongLiveYourMoney.com

2017 is just around the corner and many Americans are already thinking about their New Year’s Resolutions. After all, about 45% of Americans usually make New Year’s Resolutions. If you’re among those who are already calling it quits on this year’s money related resolutions and want a fresh start on the ones for next year, then keep in mind the following four deadlines to set yourself up for financial success in 2017.

12 Everyday Money Tasks You've Been Doing Wrong

Have you ever wondered what simple ways you can reduce your spending? Well, there are many ways you’re losing money but don’t know where to look. This list, compiled by wisebread.com, shows you just where you’re dropping cash fast and don’t even know it.

8 Things Not to Keep in Your Wallet

Identity theft can be a devastating financial emergency, with victims often losing thousands in cash and property. While we spend a lot of time focusing on how to protect online accounts and transactions, the contents of our wallets can still wreak havoc on our finances if they fall into the wrong hands.

5 Pervasive Retirement Myths Americans Must Stop Believing

While myths are often harmless, many of those concerning personal finances could be detrimental to your retirement preparedness.

3 Steps to Taking Your Finances Completely Paperless—And Why You Should

Technology has made it easy for us to handle nearly every money-related transaction on our computers or mobile devices. Yet, most of us still rely on paper bills, statements and receipts—keeping them filed away in a drawer or cabinet at home.

4 Steps to Give Yourself a Midyear Financial Checkup

We’re officially halfway through 2016, and it’s the perfect time to evaluate your progress on all of those personal and financial goals you set back at the beginning of the year.

9 Credit Lessons You Can Learn from Game of Thrones

Millions of loyal television fans are now ruing the close of Game of Thrones’ sixth season, so it only seems appropriate that we reflect on the hit show’s storyline, and gather some of the best financial lessons it can offer.

10 Ways You Can Get More Money in Retirement

Leaving the workforce often means making some huge changes to your financial habits.